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BENN is fully aware of Albion’s threats

It’s back to Toolstation NCEL Premier Division action this weekend for fourth-placed Hemsworth Miners Welfare when they welcome 16th-placed Albion Sports to the Distant Futures Stadium in Fitzwilliam. With second-placed Penistone Church enjoying another weekend off, and third-placed Bridlington Town facing a tricky trip to Barton Town, Wells Manager, Wayne Benn, will want to tighten the chase at the top even further with a win ; but he’ll be wary of the threat that Kulli Sandhu’s men will bring tomorrow, writes Colin Muncie. (Main photograph by Dale Heppinstall)

“Weather permitting it will be nice to get back to action on Saturday at home to Albion Sports,” Wayne told the Bootiful Game. “It was a shame we had no game last weekend as we have good momentum at the moment – but at least it gave us a chance of a breather as we enter a crucial period. We mustn’t let the enforced break stop that momentum and it’s important we pick up where we left off in our last game against Handsworth (a 2-1 NCEL League Cup win). The lads were excellent and I’m looking for more of the same.”

“Albion Sports are a very capable side,” Wayne warned, “and can beat anyone on their day, so we have to acknowledge that and make sure we approach the game in the right way. We will, as always, set our stall out to be positive and to try and win the game to continue our good run and to keep on the heels of the leaders.”

“We will certainly give Albion our full focus and attention and we will need a good performance to get the win,” Wayne insisted, “but we are in good nick and if we play as we have been doing then hopefully we can secure another valuable three points.”

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